Canadian company pushes new workers into quarantine against their will

America 05/06/21, 05:54

Corey Hagopian, an Ontario native, received his education in electronics engineering as a technician with a focus on non-destructive research and ultrasonics. Hagopian was employed to work at a site in Northern Alberta for the oil company Canada Natural Resources. When he accepted the position, he inquired about a Wuhan virus test ...

Canadian Heritage Minister struggles in interview on internet regulating bill

America 05/01/21, 17:24

Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault stumbled through an interview with CBC on Friday, April 30, as he tried to explain the elimination of an exclusion from Bill C-10. This legislation would expose Canadians to the most controlled internet in the free world. Steven Guilbeault struggles to justify #BillC10 in disaster interview @davidcommon #cdnpoli ...

Only one blood clot case reported in Canada from AstraZeneca vaccination

America 04/15/21, 05:39

Health Canada confirmed the first case of a blood clot that was likely linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine on Tuesday, April 13. This patient was identified to have received the COVISHIELD vaccine, the injectable AstraZeneca Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus or COVID-19 version of the Serum Institute of India. The ...

50 police officers targeted Rebel News journalists in Montreal

Politics 04/12/21, 19:33

A large group of police officers was employed in the raid at a hotel in Montreal where two reporters from Rebel News stayed on Saturday, April 10. The Canadian conservative outlet Rebel News's employees were gathering at the Airbnb to report on the curfew and Quebec lockdown.  Two reporters Keean Bexte and ...

Canadian Liberals move to censor mean words against politicians with internet law

Politics 04/10/21, 03:45

Justin Trudeau's Heritage Minister has proposed that internet censors try to ban derogatory language directed at politicians. This occurred shortly after Steven Guilbeault voiced his concern about online hatred, which was brought to light during the pandemic. Canadians relied on digital communications to stay linked and updated. According to Blacklock's Reporter, he ...

Potentially toxic made-in-China face masks sent to Canadian daycares and schools

U.S. 03/29/21, 05:45

Face masks that may be harmful to the lungs were shipped to Canadian daycares and schools by a Chinese corporation headquartered in Wuhan, China — the global origin point for the CCP (COVID-19) virus. The masks are imported by a Canadian company from China, National File reported. “Radio-Canada has obtained documents showing ...

Netherlands declares Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Uighurs a genocide

U.S. 02/26/21, 08:32

The Dutch Parliament approved the declaration that Chinese Communist Party's treatment of Uighur Muslims is genocide. It thus became the first European country to join the United States and Canada, which had already expressed solidarity with this ethnic and religious minority. For the Dutch legislators, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is ...

USPS worker arrested crossing into Canada with undelivered ballots

New York 11/07/20, 09:05

A USPS employee from upstate New York was arrested Tuesday while crossing the Peace Bridge into Canada when hundreds of undelivered absentee ballots were found in his possession. Buffalo mailman Brandon Wilson, 27, was caught with more than 800 mail-in envelopes in his car trunk at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, ...

Why did Canada send Ebola and Henipah viruses to the communist regime in China?

World 01/08/20, 09:53

The shipment to communist China of live Ebola and Henipah viruses by Chinese scientists in August 2019, before they were expelled by police from the National Microbiology Laboratory where they worked in Winnipeg, Canada, raises new questions as research continues. According to Reuters, the Canadian Public Health Agency has not confirmed ...

Debate update: Biden asks Sanders to put his hand down for a second

Politics 12/19/19, 18:00

The Latest on the Democratic presidential debate (all times local): It came at the tail end, but the fieriest back-and-forth at Thursday's Democratic presidential debate came in the form of former Vice President Joe Biden's renewed criticism of the estimated costs of the “Medicare for All” health care proposals of some ...

Police: 7 dead in plane crash near Canadian city

America 11/28/19, 14:16

Police in the Canadian city of Kingston say seven people have died after a small plane crashed in the area Wednesday evening. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has sent a team of four investigators to the scene of the crash, where they're examining and documenting the wreckage. They've said the plane ...

Canada’s Trudeau wins 2nd term but loses majority

World 10/22/19, 06:02

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term in Canada's national elections Monday, losing the majority but delivering unexpectedly strong results despite having been weakened by a series of scandals that tarnished his image as a liberal icon.Trudeau's Liberal party took the most seats in Parliament, giving it the best ...

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